13 Celebrities Who Shut Body Shamers The F*ck Down

By Muk Khatri in Entertainment On 6th September 2015

#1 Lady Gaga thinks you're shallow for talking about her belly.

"I love a night swim, so quiet, put on some jazz and just soak"

After posting this picture to Instagram, comments began coming in about how Gag's put on some pounds. When her fans came to defend her, Lady Gaga let the fat shamers have it.

#2 Jennifer Lawrence has enough of being called fat.

Believe it or not, J-Law has been the subject of weight criticism for years. When asked about it at a Yahoo Q&A, she finally had enough: "Screw those peopleYou look like you look, and be comfortable. What are you going to be hungry every single day to make other people happy? That's just dumb I love to eat."

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#3 Britney Spears gets called a "fat bitch" in concert, then tells it like it is.

After a guy calls Britney Spears, whose weight has fluctuated over the years, a "fat bitch" during a live performance, she has no qualms calling him a "f*cking asshole" into her microphone, so that the whole audience can hear it. What, did you think you were gonna insult the Spears in her own house?

#4 Selena Gomez responds to being called a fat, untalented slut on Instagram.

When this Instagram post went up, Selena was not having any of it.

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So she responded in the comments section.

Don't mess with S. Go, yo, she was Spring Breakers.

#5 Kristen Bell's calves get dissed.

Bell's received criticism for having thick legs and calves from bloggers and talked about battling insecurity against criticism she hears about her bodyweight. In an interview with Redbook, however, she takes a stand: "I refuse to worry about something that I could not changeI am not a woman whose self-worth comes from her dress size." Mic. Drop.

#5 Gabourey Sidibe cries when you make fun of her weight. Hold up, naw, she doesn't give a sh*t.

After her 2014 Golden Globes appearance, people just couldn't wait to flock to social media and comment on Gabourey Sidibe's weight, even tweeting at her to make her feel extra bad. But the Oscar Nominated star didn't pay them no mind, and responded in the smoothest way possible.

#6 Ariana Grande doesn't care if you don't like her boobs.

After her performance at the Grammys, some dude thought it wise to get on Instagram and complain about how Grande wasn't of ample enough bosom for him. Well Ariana was having none of it and burned the dude into oblivion.

Grande's no stranger to body criticism for her petite frame. After being told she lacked junk in the trunk, Ariana went out and said, "Stop trying to make people feel badly about their bodies. It's okay to be differentto be curvy or to be thin." Love yourself, girl.

#7 Kelly Clarkson isn't bothered by her weight gain, so you shouldn't worry your precious little head either.

When British Television show host, Katie Hopkins, decided to send out this tweet:

She probably didn't expect a response back from Clarkson (or maybe she did and figured no PR is bad PR), and was happy enough to respond to Kelly's fans who were angrily tweeting at her for her insensitive remark.

#8 Hilary Duff is fine with her body just the way it is, thank you very much.

Duff admittedly struggled with her weight as a teen, and received some body-hating guff when she decided to go out in a bikini three months after having a baby (god forbid!). But in an issue with Health, the Duffster came out and said, "I have a very athletic build, and I am so proud of what my body has done for me. And I feel good about myself."

#9 Pink doesn't care what you think.

So Pink goes and gets dolled up for a good cause: supporting her friend who won an award for cancer research. Some people on Twitter didn't think she looked so hot (and they're crazy, that was her on the night in question, above) so Pink decided to shut them all down.

#10 She even went on to re-tweet pictures of fans showing off their bodies, because, she's cool like that.

#11 Emma Stone says body shaming goes both ways, and it's got to stop.

You can't please everyone, and Emma Stone knows this just as well as anybody. The star has been constantly criticized for being too thin and spoke to Seventeen about the comments she'd read online regarding her weight: "I've seen a lot of comments that say, 'Eat a sandwich' or 'She looks sick,'...We shame each other online. We're always too skinny or too fat or too tall or too shortIt bothers me because I care so much about young girls. We're shaming each other and we're shaming ourselves."

#12 Demi Lovato gets hated on, despite being a body positive Queen.

Lovato struggled with an eating disorder and has learned to love her body and encourages other women to do the same on her Instagram feed.

#13 Zendaya wants to know why we all just can't love one another?

The hate brigade came out in full force when Zendaya took to the red carpet at the Motion Picture Governors Awards and people started commenting on how skinny she was. Zendaya decided to tweet back, shutting her haters down.

Take note: that's how you deal with haters.